Supplier's Corner

Atrium Protects Microcapillary Integrity

October 31, 2005

Atrium Biotechnologies presents Aldavine, a highly potent cosmetic active ingredient derived from two algae: Ascophyllum nodosum and Asparagopsis armata. The company’s biotechnological process makes it possible to create biologically active polysaccharides that clinically demonstrate effectiveness in the protection of microcapillary integrity. More info: E-mail: cosmetic@atrium-bio.com; Website: www.atrium-bio.com.
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